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1. Rate/point breakeven

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4. legally competent parties

5. expense stop

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8. commercial mortgage broker

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29. inner city

30. assessable insurance

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35. foundation drain tile

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40. COFI

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42. agreed amount clause

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47. firm commitment lending

48. Involuntary Lien

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60. net usable acre

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72. net investment in real estate

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74. pur autre via

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79. exposure at default

80. Warehouse lender

81. payoff

82. foreign national mortgage

83. minor

84. Rule of 78

85. person

86. cost-of-sale percentage

87. tenancy for life

88. beneficiary of trust

89. vacant space

90. credit repository

91. Basic Limit

92. backfill

93. coinsurance percentage

94. full doc loan

95. warehousing

96. Alliance of American Insurers

97. growing equity mortgage

98. constant percent prepayment (CPP)

99. subpoena duces tecum

100. demolition clause

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Floating Rate

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A debt security or corporate preferred stock whose interest rate is adjusted periodically to reflect changing money market rates is known as a floating rate instrument. These securities, for example, five-year notes, are initially offered with an interest rate that is slightly below the rate being paid on comparable fixed-rate securities. But because the rate is adjusted upward from time to time, its market price generally remains very close to the offering price, or par.When a nation's currency moves up and down in value against the currency of another nation, the relationship between the two is described as a floating exchange rate. For example, the us dollar is worth more japanese yen in some periods and less in others. That movement is usually the result of what's happening in the economy of each of the nations and in the economies of their trading partners. A fixed exchange rate, on the other hand, means that two (or more) currencies, such as the us dollar and the Bermuda dollar, always have the same relative value.

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